Mx. Sidney Woodruff is a queer Black ecologist and UC Davis PhD student studying reptile and amphibian conservation in Yosemite National Park. Mx. Woodruff says that the unique challenges that queer and Black youth face make it difficult to break into STEM, which led her to join the MUSE Mentorship and guide students in the field.
Sally Ride Club has assembled a list of STEM resources, primarily for high schoolers and college students. While some items cater to LGBT+ STEM, many are open to all.
Explore four LGBT+ scientists of historical note, brought to you in infographic form by Sally Ride Club.
Louise Pearce was an eminent female physician and researcher of the early 20th century. She dedicated much of her life to the study of disease at the Rockefeller Institute, and received the Ancient Order of the Crown and the Royal Order of the Lion from the nation of Belgium due to the successful implementation of... Continue Reading →